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It’s hard to find recent college graduates who haven’t completed an internship. After all, in today’s competitive market, students have to stay competitive by gaining experience outside the classroom. More than often, these internships pay barely livable stipends or worse, are unpaid. Granted, if internships provide what they’re meant to provide (knowledge within the industry, experience, and professional connections), they’ll be far more valuable than any hourly wage. Related: How To Turn Your Internship Into Full-Time Employment Still, you can’t eat business cards and pay your rent in kudos from your mentor. For those interns who are following their dream job at less than minimum wage, I feel your pain. Here are some tips to help you get through the tough times:

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